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Senior College

The focus of the Senior Years is to prepare students for life beyond the College.

Our day commences at 8:30am and concludes at 3:20pm. The Secondary School have two 30 minute lunch breaks.

The excellent College staff assist students to identify their strengths and what pathway will suit them best. The College seeks to develop these pathways with students, and their parents, and to create the best possible opportunities for each student to experience success beyond their school years. The Senior College endeavours to provide a holistic education which recognises and caters for the uniqueness of each child and challenges each child to reach his/her full potential. More specifically our programs aim to promote:

1. Academic Development
2. Spiritual Development
3. Social Development
4. Physical Development
5. Vocational and Cultural Development

For more information about our Senior College, please contact Administration during office hours on 3380 4200 to arrange a time to view the College, meet our staff and ask any questions you may have.


Senior Assessment Policy
Senior Subjects (Years 11 & 12) – Selecting only one from each line

English or English Communication
Mathematics B or Mathematics A or Pre-Vocational
Mathematics C or Biology or Visual Art or Cert I Construction &
Cert I Engineering
Chemistry or Home Economics or Hospitality Practices or Graphics
Economics or Certificate III Business or Music or Technology Studies
Physical Education or Drama or Physics or Information Technology Systems or Cert II Sport & Recreation

Prerequisites apply for students wishing to take Mathematics B, Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics C.
All students participate in Christian Life Skills (CLS)


Certificate Courses

Certificate II in Active Volunteering
Certificate III Business
Certificate I Construction
Certificate II Engineering
Certificate II Sport and Recreation


Grade 10 Compulsory Subjects

  • English
  • Mathematics & Advanced Mathematics
  • Science
  • Christian Life Skills
  • Modern History
  • Health & Physical Education

Subject Selection –
Selecting only one from each line

Visual Art or Drama or Physical Education Extension or ICT
Business Studies or Music or Technology Studies
Ancient History or Home Economics or Graphics

Vocational Education & Training

The VET Department operates under the guidance of Miss Jessica Grounds, Head of Secondary College and Mrs Rebecca Wallis, Senior School Coordinator. Mrs Deanne Hudson, VET Officer, keeps students informed of School-based Apprenticeship and Traineeship (SATs) opportunities, Work Experience programs, Tertiary Open Days, Scholarships and assistance with resumes. For more information, visit our VET webpage.

QCS Test – Grade 12 only
Tue 3rd September – Writing (2 hours) & Multiple Choice 1 (1.5 hours)
Wed 4th September – Short Response (2 hours) & Multiple Choice 2 (1.5 hours)



Head of Secondary


Senior College Coordinator